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Half of US Adults Have Received at Least One Covid-19 Vaccine Shot
"Milestone reached for covert vaccination efforts in the U. S. The tally of US adults who have gotten at least one dose of accruing a virus vaccine is 130 million people, half the country and almost 84 million adults or just under 33% are fully vaccinated. Exact halfway mark occurred when the number of deaths around the world from covert 19 top three million assigned the pandemic is an over.
Half of U.S. Adults Have Received at Least One COVID-19 Vaccination
"Marked a hopeful turning point in the fight against the corona violence. More than half of all american adults have now received at least one vaccine dose. Npr's matthew schwartz has more after a year of grim milestones. You can call this a hopeful one. According to data released sunday by the centers for disease control and prevention a hundred and thirty million adults have gotten at least one shot of a covid. Nineteen vaccine and eighty four million or about. A third of all adults are fully vaccinated. That means they've either gotten two doses of the pfizer. Maderno vaccine or one dose of johnson and johnson states that traditionally vote democratic are seeing the highest fascination rates. New hampshire leads the pack seventy one percent on the flip side mississippi and alabama trail the nation. Just thirty eight percent on monday. Every adult in the country will be eligible to register for the
Golden Knights top Ducks to move into tie atop West Division
"Mark stone Max patch ready and Nicholas why each had a goal and an assist for the golden knights in a five two win over the ducks past ready gave the golden knights a one nothing lead just three twenty five into the game stone had his fourth consecutive multi point game matching his career best three points league you get two or three chances in the game after berry one because you're not gonna get five or six so I think the difference now is was burned down yeah a focus noon to finish off plays Alex potential Alex talk also scored goals while Marc Andre Fleury made thirty three saves as the golden knights extended their winning streak to six games matching a season best Vegas is pulled into a first place tie with Colorado in the west while the avalanche deal with over nineteen inches I'm Dave Ferrie
Minnesota Twins Games Postponed Over COVID-19 Protocols
"Syriza opener between the Minnesota Twins and Oakland, A set to be played at Oakland Coliseum has been postponed due to ongoing cove. It Contact tracing in the Twins organization twins that already had their games for Saturday and Sunday against Los Angeles Angels postponed due to Cove it concerns after at least four members of the organization tested positive within the last week. Monday's game was tentatively rescheduled for Tuesday to be part of a doubleheader with the A's. The postponement marks the six game thus far this season that has been moved due to coded concerns. Fox is Ryan Mayor. I'm Mary Course, Eddie and this is Fox
Protests Continue in Brooklyn Center for a Seventh Night
"In brooklyn center minnesota after police shot and killed a twenty year old black man during a traffic stop. We go families and friends of others who claim police. Brutality held a news conference yesterday to say the shooting is nothing new emini. Democracy says police shot and killed her autistic son in two thousand and nineteen. We stand here with these families in minnesota alone in just twenty years since communities. United against police brutality been keeping a list. Were almost to the five hundred person. Mark the police officer who shot and killed dante. Right has resigned from the force. She's been charged with second degree manslaughter. Brooklyn center is a suburb of minneapolis. Where a former police officer is on trial for the killing of george floyd closing arguments in that case are scheduled for tomorrow.
Army Awards $50M Contract for New SOF Sniper Rifle
"Looks like we might be getting some new sniper rifles in the U. S military. The U. S Army just awarded a $50 million contract Tow bear firearms manufacturing arm snipers with the multi caliber sniper rifle preferred by special Operation forces. A five year contract will buy 2800 MK 22 multi role Adaptive Design or M. Brad sniper rifles that can be chambered for 338, Norman Magnum or 300 Norm remain them or the 7.6 by 51 NATO ammunition. The award comes two years after U. S Special Operations Command Award. The contract to Bear for the Do em Red Sniper the system. The new rifle were placed the M one or seven separate fel also made by barrack in the M 2010 enhance sniper rifle systems. The M red will. Well, Army snipers to shoot out the 1500 M with the barrel trembled for 15000.338. That's 300 M further than the M 2010 enhance sniper rifle, which is chamber for the 300 Winchester Magnum. The MK 22 is part of the Army's Precision Sniper Rifle program, which also includes the Leopold and Stevens mark five ht scope in a sniper accessory kit. Now. The Marine Corps has also chosen the M wrapped for his advance Sniper rifle program. The M Rad is set to replace the Marines. Current Mark 13 months seven Sniper rifle, which is chambered for the 300 Winchester Magnum. Along with all the other bolt action sniper rifles in the sea service.
Teen Shot by Maryland State Trooper
"Washington post today filled with all of the abominations. Of the Democrat Party posing as journalism masquerading as journalism. And I got to the last page of the local news section. The Metro section the B section. If you go to the last page below the weather, and I'm not kidding, it's below the weather. Seen fatally shot by state trooper Now this is yesterday in the Washington metropolitan area, which is the You know, the rectal aperture of the news universe I think and a teenager with a replica gun was fatally shot Tuesday in a confrontation with the Maryland state trooper. State police said. The youth, identified by police as Peyton Ham, 16 years old, was shot in the Leonardtown area of ST Mary's County Police said he lived near where the incident occurred. Place that the teenager confronted a trooper with what turned out to be an air soft gun. A toy gun A, which shoots nonmetallic pellets, The Washington Post says the other non metallic because they're foam their little yellow foam balls and therefore should not your brother across the dinner table. Police said it resembled a real gun sound like Tamir Rice when to the riots begin, state police said The trooper was sent to the scene after two calls reported a male who was acting suspiciously and apparently had a gun. That's exactly what happened in the Tamir Rice case, precisely and exactly Police said A witness told them that ham the 16 year old took a shooting stance in quotation marks and was pointing his gun at the trooper before the trooper fight exactly like to memorize. Now. Here's the very important sense that this is the only sentence that matters. The Trooper and ham are both white Police said There was no indication that hands gun was not a real weapon, see how the standard has changed. Now there has to be proof that it's not a real weapon. That's the opposite of the standard that it was applied before after being wounded, and I've got to say I find this part to be a bit difficult to believe. After being wounded him. 16 year old boy with an air soft gun produced a knife, Uh, witness recounted because he's like Rambo on a suicide mission with an air soft gun and after he shot his air, soft gun laying next time he pulled out a white knife because he's with al Qaida is something I got a little trouble believing that part Ham died at the hospital, so
Stocks Close With Gains Again Friday as the Dow Pushes to Another Record
"Closed another record week on Wall Street. The Dow Jones closing at another record high of 34,200, the S and P. 500 also hit another record, marking the fourth Street week of gains. ABC News Economic correspondent Deidre Bolton reporting. Investors haven't looking beyond Wall Street for places to put their money. We men seeing a lot of, for example, Cryptocurrencies Bitcoin. We had Queen baseball public this week. So there is some concern. I think among investors huge, just traditionally invest in stocks and in bonds saying, Wow Okay, this is amazing that the market is hitting these new highs. But at what point does it become overstretched? At what point does it become people call it a bubble or front? Whatever the terminology is, so they were looking for new places to put their money.
Four members of Sikh community among victims in Indianapolis shooting
"At this hour. The coroner's office has released the names of the eight people who were fatally shot when a man opened fire at a FedEx plant in Indianapolis yesterday. For the victims of the shooting were from Indianapolis is Sikh community. The mass shooting marks another blow for the Asian American community in the United States. Shooter has been identified as a 19 year old former employee of FedEx. Police say he killed himself after shooting his
US Home Construction Rebounds in March After Frigid February
"Housing construction rebounded strongly in March as homebuilders recovered from an unusually frigid February, the Commerce Department reports, builders began construction on new homes and apartments that a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.74 million units in March. That's a 19.4% increase over February when housing construction and fallen by 11.3%. February sit back have been attributed to unusually severe winter storms, which had gripped much of the country. Correspondent Jeremy House, says Thief Friday report showed application for building permits was a good sign of future activity increased by 2.7% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.77 million units.
51 West Point Cadets Caught Cheating Must Repeat a Year
"Scott Jennings and 51 West Point, cadets will now be going back to school of 73 candidates caught up in the U. S military academies worst cheating scandal in decades, Most will now be required to repeat the year Several cadets had already resigned and eight were expelled following last year's incident involving a calculus exam taken remotely due to the pandemic. West point also announcing the end of its willful admission process, which allowed students violating the school's honor code to stay at the academy by admitting fault
Heavy Metal Guitarist, US Capitol Rioter Pleads Guilty
"Marks 100 days since the U. S capitol attack and for the first time a guilty plea from one of the defendant during the riot, The FBI said. John Schaefer sprayed US Capitol police officers would bear spray and was photographed inside the U. S can Capital. He's pleading guilty to unlawfully entering restricted grounds for the weapon and disrupting an official proceeding as Congress was meeting to certify the electoral college 100 days after the insurrection, Schaeffer becomes the first defendant to plead guilty. There are more than 400 defendants who have been arrested in 45 different states. BBC's Aaron Carter Ski
Iran Starts Enriching Uranium to 60%, Its Highest Level Ever
"Iran has upped its uranium enrichment threshold the move likely to raise tensions Iran says it's still too in rich in uranium up to sixty percent purity its highest level yet off to the summer touch ID's not towns you cliff side this past weekend the announcement marks a significant escalation offer the sabotage that's damaged centrifuges an attack suspected of being carried out by Israel he couldn't spot a further response from Israel amid a long running shadow war between the nations the move is also likely to raise tensions even as you're wrong negotiates in Vienna over away to allow the U. S. back into the twenty fifteen Euclid deal around lift the crushing economic sanctions it faces I'm Charles the last month
Jaylen Brown Scores 40, Celtics Beat Lakers 121-113
"Jaylen brown scored forty points and the Celtics held off a late Lakers rallied to win their fifth straight one twenty one to one thirteen brown made seventeen of twenty shots and ended up two point shy of his career high so the collector's mess up as a as a matter of that no his name address so regardless of who's on the court I'm excited to play not energy having a like a sense back into an arena we just want the commander went but it was nearly an embarrassing finished for the Celtics as they saw their twenty seven point fourth quarter lead cut to just five in the final minute but brown made two baskets to help secure the win I am mark Myers
Auto Industry Insights With Mark Palavestra and John Sinclair
"Aas pretty impressed with your figures you know. We did the recording last year. And you call the number and you put a stake in the ground. What you told the numbers will be handed out to t- also pretty impressed with that. So maybe can you describe the current state and what led into the arnstein away. Do you think the future is going to be absolutely junk. It's when you look at the catch sight hugest and prediction of a thing to look at the industry as to what the k. Metrics out but not from a traditional our in perspective. Normally you'll sits for many now in presentation and it's the same stuff that keeps getting regurgitated tonight. Wages kid cover off to some of the by six that most people might not be aware of several is nineteen point eight million cars on this train rides and when you look at the population we've got twenty five million people but there's actually detect the people under seventeen and over ninety. It's interesting that we have nineteen point. Three eight driving age people in australia. So there's a gap of city heights thousand units versus the number of chasm. We have pretty much account for every driving is person we know that there are some the drive and we know that there are those of multiple cameras so when you look at. We are in balance if you look at the average an number new cars over the previous three years. Tikey at the covid hiccup but it's been around about a million fifty cows if you got back to twenty thirteen. It was actually well. I have one point one million per year and then last year we dropped down to nine hundred sixteen thousand. It was a very much a imbalance locked to that supply and you look at the average age of the cows that are on the road have shit was giving attain point four years phrase him up to the us and dive kind that statistic that it's very much in line with what we have a ten year perspective cast come on we also have cast coming off and if you look at the information to what vehicles get the chandy scrap or dismantled. Its around that eight hundred thousand units is normally we have a situation where we have a net immigration surplus over three hundred thousand people.
Israel Marks Memorial Day
"It's almost trite at this point to talk. About how little. American memorial day an american independence day mean to. I don't want to say to every american. That's certainly not true. But too many maybe most americans so for our listeners who fall into that camp and you haven't had a chance to experience yamoussoukro and johann smooth in israel. Can you paint a picture for us of what those two days are like. So one of the things that i learned when i moved to israel in the early nineteen eighties was that the sadness day on the israeli calendar was actually not your show on holocaust memorial day. It was almost koran. And y'all mush law has great solemnity but y'all must be car on it's an open an ongoing wounds and think of it this way. I'm show we mourn the consequences of powerlessness and on yellow show. We mourn the consequences of our re empowerment and the price that we've paid for national software and y'all mostly clear on is a collective day of mourning. Everyone knows someone. Everyone knows a family. Everyone knows a kid who didn't come back and everyone has stories that were all cowry. This is a nation of soldiers. It's a nation of parents of soldiers and the ultimate israeli. Might nightmare is for a parent to bury a child and so even if you personally a fortunately not experienced that that's the deep fear that you've lived with
Why It Takes About 2 Weeks for a COVID Vaccine To Be Effective
"So one thing about vaccines that i at least feel like isn't being super. Well publicized the need to wait for two weeks after your last shot before you can consider yourself fully vaccinated. This goes for any of the vaccines you may be getting. So if it's a single shot. Like johnson and johnson you're fully vaccinated two weeks after that single shot. And if it's two shots like madeira or pfizer your fully vaccinated two weeks after your second shots. That is the official word from the cdc here in the us and is supported by infectious disease. Experts blunt uae. Exactly mark cameron and immunologist at case western reserve university who is instrumental in containing sars in two thousand three explains it's like vaccines are giving our immune system to do list which then needs time to complete. What's on the list. Quoting mashal one. Our immune system will gradually recognize the spike protein produced by the vaccine as an intruder to in response to recognizing this foreign spike protein. The body's immune cells will cooperate to start producing protective proteins called antibodies to protect you against the virus. If you're infected these antibodies bind to the spike proteins of the virus. Making it difficult or impossible for the virus to bind and gain access to ourselves and went inside the virus wheeler machinery to mass multiply. It's ineffective parasites. It's around the two week. Mark that the immune system is producing. Antibodies levels that block infections said cameron and quotes
Berlin-Tel Aviv 2036 Olympics Would Be ‘a Mark of Reconciliation’
"Come to the promised. Podcast brought to you on t. Lv one the voice of the city. That was just proposed as a possible venue for the twenty thirty six olympics which will be the thirty sixth modern olympics now that the international olympic committee just decided that the thirty fifth olympiad in twenty thirty two will be in brisbane australia. The twenty thirty six games are now for bid. The proposal was floated. in last. week's berliner morgenpost in a column written by franck koale ski a lead organizer of the two thousand and eighteen european track and field championships in berlin and ricard ming. The president of the german olympic association. The two men began by observing. What maybe obvious that berlin could not host the twenty thirty six games because berlin hosted the nineteen thirty six weeks which were by then german. Chancellor adolf hitler and held in stadiums festooned with swastikas. You may remember. There was some unpleasantness back. Then so berlin is out or is it. Kurowski wrote quote so why not send a completely new strong signal of peace and reconciliation in twenty thirty six a signal that does not hide from history but takes up the responsibility that comes from it. It would be such a signal. If and israel apply together more precisely berlin and tel aviv with the sailing and surfing competitions on the eastern mediterranean but also with other sports such as beach volleyball in israel's lively metropolis as a clear signal of how responsibility arises from
"mark s." Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast
"Is going to be. I wanna use that line one of these days that gives you bragging rights down at the pub and that's where the success ends. i mean. that's that's a good quote mark s. Yeah very good so when you plan a getting. The context right is so hard though right because i mean first of all. It's hard to actually research because people now they're getting longer and longer what people are searching for. Not everybody uses the same terminology. Now we have voice We talked about that at length already. How do you. Somebody starting podcast. How how how should they go about. What's like your top three to five. Tips yeah good questions. I think you've got to be on venus. I wanna talk to spoke to apple team before they ruled out the amazon echo integration. And i did a conversation with them about. I think adam ever recorded on and what. I was talking to team over there about. And they're saying some of the biggest things that we have people being cute a we see all the time you know people naming their podcast because it sounds cute and what's the point. There is no point in something because it sounds cute if people can't find it so that's a huge thing and then on the flip side of that you've got to think about voice now so if you're using numbers if you use in you know in congress town of incomprehensible word in or like putting the word preneurs after everything like please stop doing nice stupid just just you need to be obvious you not a solo preneurs you are a business owners podcast or a small business owners podcast or if freelancers podcast. No one searches for that of stuff. So you can't be cute with it until you've got a brand new own that brand then you can be cute with it. Because he becomes you become recognizable in that spirit. So you've got you've got to balance that out. So that's the first thing is don't be cute with your name but also just really try and optimize voice search in such where the you're not confusing things up. You're not putting crazy word in. You're not doing really random words. The kind've is it this spell in. Is this your pronounce it. Do you put numbers in. There don't cute with any of that stuff. The third thing. I'll say is and i'll tell you a story about this one. The third tip is always just right for humans like do you. Keyed were keyword research using keyword explorer edge. And whatever else you wanna use boot always right for people back in twenty eighth two thousand eight hundred twenty twelve..
"mark s." Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"For what does on media this is coming out. Stories is about cost about one of the most important conversations if you life. I'm I am ago swell from mark. He grew up in rural wiles and says that pre incident. It was pen pals that helped him discover his sexuality but it was really appearing on T._v.. Stars in there is that lets him coming out on the big scale. Think of always known is about the age twelve thirteen when you're in school and you do Imperio of you went through the motions how to go friend <hes> justify in really and then I didn't do anything about it's all until it was the when when I did start when it was twenty so that was the February of ninety five I met my first partner just by chance in Wales of living in living in Wales lifting parents house so yeah I ah feelings but I've never done anything about it really is that because he was sort of rural community didn't feel like there was anyone to sort of you. Know Approach talked about it with yeah. It was exactly exactly that WHO's very white middle-class little village. She no one bus a day. The nearest town was was wrexham so it was a case of having to buy Gay Times back in them. Does you know going walking past Smith's about five times and pen pals. You know that was the way he used to do it. <hes> back then didn't you in this is the ninety nine hundred as I'm guessing nine hundred eighty early nineties yeah yeah yeah give a major darling. I you still younger than me. I remember the heart but that's interesting isn't it. The many people talk about this but actually how the gay media and particularly the print back in the day was really important for discovering sexuality and becoming part of that community yeah definitely was was all we had back in the day then you cat locks. It was the the way forward you know of Ryan's people trying to get in touch with other people who you felt the same you know I didn't have any of that in Wales and opposite WANNA speak to anyone about it. In case you outed and ridiculed. You want to be part of the pack don't you when you're younger so kept him ahead ahead. Tell us about the pen pals and this is interesting. Yeah I call Appel. Pen Pal was in Manchester and there was an ice breakers group in Chester which I thought Goto am I went to that seventy and went to warm wasn't really really for me and I think again wasn't probably ready in my own ad you know to unleash onto the world but yeah I met a lot friends through the pen pals of things I'm not even into like football. You know the gay Football Sports Network Group Yeah I used to write to WHO <hes> now friend twenty years later still in Cardiff so was still friends now when I've never been into football but it's funny. I'm things bringing together isn't that big gay brought together. We'll we'll yeah exactly yeah yeah so tell us about what it was like them writing someone in Manchester in what compatibly a big city so what saw things were you you writing to this person about just like day-to-day things really mad about experiences you know and he says if you I want to go to a gay club I'll say obviously that's why I was fishing edging towards the end of you know going out with meeting somebody but I didn't want it to be you know going down there. We meet one another. I didn't have to sleep with him. You know to stay as an all this business business so what was very very sheltered. She we say sexually even Mateen's really so. I didn't want anything about to happen. It's all see never even went to Manchester. You never went to a gay ball. All three teenagers edges <hes> no no I went to Cardiff. When I was nineteen? We want one of the pen pal friends from the football group and he put me up. Nothing happened and I didn't want it to either you know from that Phnom you know I knew it was a wanted. It was breaking away. Why why why is it so hard to have that conversation with with people in wells with family with your friends because you don't know anyone else is like you really you know it's always been partner? Designers Aces twelve thirteen. It's always I didn't know what had been different but it's not really been a problem either but also it must have been a problem looking back because you didn't want to unleash to anyone she didn't want to. You didn't know what you were going to be with. You know that's a hell of a secret to hold for over eight years. If you'll look formative years yeah yeah definitely and that's when I think in one thousand nine hundred five when might myself life began when I came out you know those are the most fondest memories in my life is was the nineties you know move moving to Manchester and have a new life and you know okay well. Let's talk through your coming out to experience them because I think it's fair to say it's quite a unique Kwan and there was a T._v.. Program that was instrumental in you coming out yeah yea stars and rise opposite the X. factor of the day the call it now yes so I was working in a residential unit pre social work coming onto my social workers to debate karaoke there. Uh is into Asia. This Gill said you sound like him. So you know why don't you go for an audition wasn't not bothered went for this audition. They asked me for a second audition. Start taking it more serious than again. Call on the show so you had. Did you do the whole tonight. Matthew say say. I don't say he's supposed to say tonight. Matthew all go tonight Matthew. I want to be tonight Matthew. I'm going to be <music>. I'm developed over Asia. What you said to the nation yeah as I said that was filmed in February and my parents came to that moment dot and just by chance they said would you do Christmas special <music> so why the set Sola you know the film not altogether in these would be in a Christmas of that year so that kind of meeting dont we say Antje? Why did you sing what what what made it so office about you portraying very openly out camp gay man on T._v.? That made them that you thought you know portray carrots and you're acting up but even must you Kelly says you news of of a mind into do after your your jobs where the spangler outfit bleach blond hair at a pink feather Boa and I think it had a bit too well it was quite a camp performance small yeah yeah walls yeah totally way out there yeah yeah so that conversation and did it with your dad while he was still at the T._v.. Studio or afterwards so no it was <hes> after the show because they asked me to come back and do another one. They like what I did and he sat me down and he said I don't think do the show people saying you guy you know his dad was I am I dot dot and I was like <hes> you know because I was. He was nineteen strong enough. You know what's up my own opinion. I said no I'm doing it. I wanted to enjoyed it Muslim. Doing you WANNA be performer. You want a singer enjoy. It was a good way in then in the nineteen minutes to get an agent at work with no money doing your material so it was it was great platform for me. You know it really was source said no way I'm not doing it and then he didn't come to the next recorded so my granddad came my mom yeah that's been decided to go all of it we it in terms of mine and his relationship and obviously see mark at the time my granddad my my mom's dot one came to the show we from London you know that quite cool and everything but obviously I didn't want to tell them either. You know he's one of those things we just saw well. They must know now the nobody's talking about it about the conversation with Dr so he said don't do the show because people will think you'll gay actually actually ask you mark. Are you guy no no eating say the words no I didn't now and then Jim member boys magazine and the pink paper yeah that's true yeah. They were all around the U._K.. Well it was this is a around that time as well e found one of them boys magazines so I think he's confirmed it's him but we didn't. We didn't talk about set and then as this after I did the second show people must have been talking in work you know with him on then he said. If I may rain is true you know to will not allowed to come back here you can aviv. I don't want not the lot ev around the house again which was then partner. Not Sweating all went a bit weird me and Madame Partner we went on holiday think two weeks in the May to visa and then I said look I'm going to tell him going to write a letter and do it that way the cowardly way the cowardly way but also deny we react or something you know because he's a mom's man so you don't if you're GONNA get a Wacko doc or something yeah. It was quite acceptable to do that. You know in the seventy s dot O._R._G.. To Walk You know we've rob fine not abused or anything like that but it was seen as okay wasn't it so <hes> wrote this latter to them. I said <hes> I'll come down. Give you a a couple of days to process that. Come down to discuss it with you. See if still lived there where we're up so did the went down a couple of days later. There wasn't much conversation. He was lie to minute thing when you can still live here but not lie here who is all a bit weird finished the conversation Imam Luckily minimums very supportive and then left again so follow in two weeks after that you wouldn't really look me in the I saw I laughed so to go back to recordings then your mom and your Granddad Eh happy and say they didn't have that conversation with the time and grow all. Why are you being Andy Bell on T._V.? or You guys they didn't say any of that. They just supposed to do for your recording. Yeah Yeah Associates doing this carrots into Simpson I wanted to do won't be an issue about it but obviously the gay thing was massively an issue for Madame people you know saying you know areas may be is we've always suspected and this is always telling us really and then how after the performance then went to be through wrote this latter recorded in the February nineteen ninety-five you might want drone all these dates actually went on wikipedia google them because they have old shows with your name yeah so that was the February and then we recorded noted the.
"mark s." Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"Okay i got it i'm gonna face obstacles but the obstacles aren't there to take me out there dare to elevate me so i just stepped towards them and you're on my side and then you're telling me i gotta be me like when they tried to put saul's armor on today that it didn't fit yet like one day it would one day he'd be the king one day he would be able to do that but it didn't fit yet and god did not expect david to be what he wasn't to defeat glides he said i'm gonna use you how you are pick up the slingshot in the five smooth stones that's what you know that's the thing i want to break in somebody's who feel like you gotta talk like somebody or dress like somebody obese something guy says i made you which are weak humor and you'll funny accent and i use all of that but you can't conform to others because they were successful in an area guts that there's a fingerprint and dna that you have that you on lock your favorite in the earth and you joe recess sources in if you're you that's only if your mark you only can be you i can't come up here and be anybody somebody pets stephen gall where john gray hair here i'm the skinnier little brother vers of him you gotta you gotta be you in the last thing is when you mart somebody say marked when you're marked you have to have the odd city to honor.
"mark s." Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"Provider i will meet every one of your aunt here somebody didn't excited because stickle sickle because if god is for you somebody to give dot us out appraise in this somebody got us out no because we're martin we step away from the obstacle we step towards it because we know who's on our side and so david just david is now sitting here looking at what everybody else calls an obstacle and he sees an opportunity now why does david see an opportunity it's because when david was in the pasture and nobody was looking god taught him some things behind closed doors what are you saying that's going to teach you some things behind closed doors and he said i'm going to i'm gonna take him out and salsa menu it's just a boy you can't do this any said that's point you say that crazy as crazy y'all ain't doing so so what you don't know about me is when nobody was looking when there was no insta stories when there was no website and when nobody knew who i was a bear kane and i was in the pasture forgotten nobody invited me to the party but the lord taught me how to do some crazy stuff with a sling side and some rocks and then a lion kane and i thought it was gonna take me out but i was just getting prepared this is the first time y'all gone see but this is a rerun for me god has taught me some stuff when body was looking when i was in the pastor he taught me how to take what i had.
"mark s." Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Hot and when trying to take the next step in hot sauce space as far as ingredients in terms of flavor being less focus on pepper more focus on flavor specifically with an international flavor profile and a sweet side what we're talking about how to compete in a competitive space so how are you guys able to not only be profitable but also grow your business in such a competitive industry sure so at first one i was starting off like you know what what do i want to focus on then came down to simplification in such a com competitive industry and for me in boil down to the streetside you know our nation down to looking at the more mild market uh which is the largest segment of the odds are space and focusing on leveraging the sweet side to get that mark s so how do you see yourself being able to grow your business moving forward because it's one thing to get to the level the right now but as a whole nother thing to try to compete with some of the hundred nine billion our companies in your space how do you plan to do that sure will isis the first thing is look being able to compete in on on the on the shelf phrase that's the first that with uh first interact in that you have with your customers and my label is very uni it's a beautiful watercolour label and then the ingredients we have sixteen ingredients on their if she include the ingredients of mustard as well and you know uh be able to diversify and stand out just or something like through packaging uh that's a great way to start what do you think of some of the mistakes that people typically make when starting a business that has the competition ultimately crush them sure well i think the biggest mistake at least in my industry in the grocery business is assuming that once you get a bit you name like whole foods albertson safeway here's seth light your goal then uh because a lot of these big retailers not only are you repeat are competing with these companies with huge pockets but you're also uh required to safety but free case per store and when you're dealing with hundreds that are thousands of stores to start off with that's.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"My extra point uh has to is both uh a little piece of news and a little program promo code uh the walter camp football foundation announced it's five finalists for the player of the year award today there are no surprises the five finalists alphabetically arce kwan barkley of penn state lamar jackson of lowerlevel brice love of stanford baker mayfield of oklahoma in rashad penny of san diego state uh which is just a precursor the in a reminder that next week as haisman week and on monday next week rhyme again i have a special podcast commemorating looking back at the 1997 haisman race among charles woodson of michigan peyton manning of tennessee ryan leaf of washington state and randy moss of marshall pretty good cast of characters we have a interviews with charles woodson in randy moss and it's a it's a fun look back at a memorable haisman race it will be posted monday to kick off haisman week that's it for today's show thanks for joining us thank you peter and brad in of course josh maccari our producer we will be back tomorrow with another campus conversation until then beano what are you have reporter by gap for listening to campus conversation you can listen and subscribe to all espn podcast in the listen tahbub the espn app including the herb street and fitzsimmons podcast available in the esp an app.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"We sit here right now where if they didn't have a conference championship oklahoma would be safely in this playoff but with tcu being all the way back at number eleven i don't think they're going to get in if they win it so now the big 12 is in a situation where if the wrong team wins this game they're going to get knocked out of the play off because they added this conference championship game it will have the opposite effect of what they land and my extrapoint is kind of flashing back to something similar to this i think you guys are probably seen the sec storied documentary called the play the change college football it was about the first sec championship game where i remember though that i remember the quote from roy kramer the sound bite from kramer the the sec commissioner then who it kind of had this idea let's create this game everybody was excited just like they were in the big twelve last year and let's do this it's going to be awesome and then it just turns out the first year of the sec championship game mm alabama goes undefeated and now they have to play florida in this extra game that they would have never had to play before and roy kramer realizes if alabama loses this game like i'm i'm toast there are probably gonna want to do away with the championship game first first and foremost in the night this is going to be my reputation for the rest of my life has that are ruined crammer yeah exactly in the i will have ruined a chance for one of our teams when a national championship alabama of course ended up making a big play low net game to win uh which was the play that change college football elemental went on to win the national championship that year any way and thus the conference championship game craze caught on but i i i can't help but think of both baubles be in oklahoma president david boren who were doing most of the speaking for the big 12 back when this game was was reinstituted and thinking that they must be kind of along the same lines as roy kramer this week where they're thinking what have i done everyone is going to kill me if oklahoma doesn't win this game and of course that was a perks or expire antonio langham yup.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"Fair enough brad good point let's keep them momentum rolling with this question from coral mella he's at coral underscore mella and notes is jim harbaugh's coaching reputation falling victim to being in the loaded big ten east division simply at the wrong time he probably be regularly getting ten plus wins per season on the other side of the conference so you think harbaugh would be better if you put him in arguably the weakest division in college football threat i i'm with you on that i do i do think a pretty much any coach out there would have a better record if he coached in the in the big ten west i don't buy this excuse with the big ten east because harbaugh is at michigan and you can't say that you know that he inherited a bunch of no talent guys from brady hoke because he just had what like ten of them drafted last spring so he had talon his first two years you would assume from the way he's recruited that he still has good talent now and i can promise you this every year he's been at michigan he has more talon his roster than marked antonio has on his michigan state roster and he's lost to him too at a three years now i'll give you i'll give you how state okay he's now he's he hasn't lost a pen stab leaving only lost a penn state this year but penn state you you look at penn state and yes they have some very good players but they also have some holes you know they're not completely back to being.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"Arizona stirred or one of several sbs openings that has yet to be filled when we come back we will have your questions in walk on in our extra points or right after this this week tune into the ball pipebomb show as i discuss delicious taste of oscar show dr larry culpepper hey i'm in the middle of a promo sorry finding the fans agreement so much dr pepper i thought about some of your timeshare care hey look whether you're watching calls footballer combed some guys radio show dr pepper makes college football that much sweeter so grab some of your local store today and have one of ears gore all miller gober show with your host larry gobert that's air france available walmart hashtag walk on that's right the part of the show where you ask the questions and we do our best to answer them you using josh maqri is your mouthpiece josh what do have this got this one guys actually for you in from travis ruis travis is at usc under score travis he says hey can we get rid of the committee keep the playoff but bring back the old b c s computers i have and what are you say oh god no we can't do that no i mean i i'm i'm speechless now we can do that i mean i i love the committee because uh you you know we have people who think and use common sense and we don't know how they're programmed ill with computers we don't know how their programme with people we have a rough idea how their program and video that they wanna use the computers god bless them they could use the computers they have plenty of information at their fingertips but the end of the day i want people making this kind of decision just as they do in every other college sport that was always the the rob with me about the b c s is that now the ncaa to yell for decades has head committees pick the field of every other sport and yet we didn't do it in football so uh now where you're absolutely are not bringing back the computers brad your thoughts will die one of the big problems with the computers in the b c s is that they were basically neutered which is that they were not allowed to look at the scores of the games which i think is.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"All uh although i'm not even sure how good of a job it is right now with everything that's happened in that administration i think it it then you make 45 in that end and there there's where you stand and i don't know him how i've got is a bra makes three and a half now so kind of their tell you what you're talking about half an offer four and a half per year from tennessee i would i would imagine if that's the case four and a half the five i wouldn't considered if i were jeff brown for only a million more a year to go from from purdue i was at at under fire i mean you're you'd have to give you'd have to give me the seven million to to do that to my reputation i mean yeah i i see what you're saying to leave to leave a team hanging after only one year you better get you a letter succeed at that point here i hurting your reputation you better be going to tennessee for life if you do that because because it's going to affect the way that future 80s think of you and look the same thing could come up i mean we you know there's a there's a lot of smoke right now around florida state and the possibility of jimbo fisher leaving and supposedly florida state's top target would be willie taggered at oregon and it would be the same things over taggart where he would be leaving a power five school after only one year now obviously were way further along with the tennessee thing for the state doesn't have an opening yet but it is it is a question and i look i know lane kiffan did it going from tennessee to usc after only one year but i i think there are a whole lot of coaches out there who just wouldn't consider doing it even if it.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"That the next guy the tennessee whoever that poor solas it'll be jennifer on it'll be jeff brohm you're you're not going to strike out that many times i mean chris load reported that they were talking enough that they were interviewing and i think that utah is going to get brom brom gore said the one year at purdue uh i think that that is a okay higher for tennessee fan base there they will be you know not now necessarily evidently we gotta check with fan bases on who and athletic director and in a programme wants to hire but uh build brom will ob will probably make about uh an extra million to a million a half a year more than had he been offer this job to to half weeks ago because of the honestly gross malfeasance of of of this the search their in tennessee so so what would you be talking with brom compared to his current salary at purdue or we doubling it shadowing it what are what are we you know because the reason i am asking is because i don't think anyone would faults a coach at a lower level of for making a move after only one season jeff brohm has been at a big ten school for one season and there are a whole lot of guys would have a problem with that just kind of ethically you know just where i'm in a bail on all these kids and everything after only one year it's going to be i would be shocked if it wasn't four point he may ease making three i believe right now and i would be shocked if it wasn't something like 45 merely for the fact of tennessee has to get this out of the spotlight if they think promised the guy in your willing to give gundy seven million dollars a year you give brano amid a next or million and a half i don't know that the case i'm just you know using deductive reasoning to think that this amid a million and a half more to go to tennessee which probably has more pell of or pedigree in football.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"Well yeah we've talked about the the quality of coaching in the sec vis a vis video recent years so we talked about it earlier this week on the show uh brad that's your native land yeah i mean you feel like this is uh this is a positive for the bulldogs i do i like the higher i you guys talked i think it was yesterday about the the pattern in the sec in recent years in terms of the types of coaches they were hiring this is a break from that and i think i think that's good it's thinking outside the box yup as peter mentioned he's very creative offensively and i think when you're going to be coaching a team that will often have less talent than than your opponents you need to be creative you know you you you can't figure years going to line up in a in a phone booth and push around lsu in alabama and and teams like you had alabama obama you're right and so i think i think that's that's important and and and so i think mississippi state was looking at the right types of things out ultimately you know how will it play out how will he recruit in the south these are all questions that have to be answered but there are a whole lot of questions that are always going to have to be answered about anyone you hire you know i i i love when people start throwing around names of coordinators for different jobs that this guy would be a slam dunk now if a guy has never been a head coach before how do you then you don't know i mean just because someone has been a great recruiter or has been able to run an.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"So let's get the coaching news guys are good news for mississippi state apparently uh were reporting the joe more had the penn state offensive coordinator we'll be going to start vegas as the new coach of the bulldogs uh this uh to me peter is uh it's exciting news for the league beyond does he really uh just gave such a jolt of energy to i penn state offense in his two seasons there yeah and i talk to people in mississippi state late last night about eight two different people in i was like hey first of all congratulations on a quick inefficient search because death so mountain that so many athletic directors' you know all i've got a list of names just encased in my drawer every single day we'll lot those names are you know or or not actually reasonable ideas and i think they had a couple of reasonable candidates i think is bread venables i think jeremy pruitt defensive coordinator at alabama emma and then moorhead in for them kudos for them for saying hey you know what uh dan melania he had a couple sec routes but he wasn't you know born and raised in the sec let's take a guy that has a creative offense in offense that mississippi state people are excited about because they traditionally get allotted schuco kids in they can plug it they feel like they'll be able to plug and play um more heads offense with these kids so um very exciting times in in listen he's going to inherit a pretty solid mississippi state team that's one of the reasons why don't i talked to dan mullin you know in in this before this season he personally said listen i'm in a good spot i don't forsee myself leaving because as good as we're going to be this year i think we're okay next year we're going to be honestly maybe one of my best teams they are so um it's a greats a situation all around for mississippi state and more head could is in the sec we needed to stop having reach reds we needed to see some new blood to see what they can do in mississippi states a perfect spot for him.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"Maybe a somewhat suspect oklahoma team to to store that many points i buy that was all the scores 28 points getting out of bed as lumps nato against the dc good tcu defense i thought you were in in the first quarter i not but seriously at oklahoma i mean if they don't if they don't have twenty eight points at the end of the third quarter i would say tissues done a fantastic job defensively go a out as four usc stanford in and you know we're not gonna spend probably as much time on i game as as it deserves because uh were playoffs knobs but uh usc gave a just a physically dominant performance in that game it was week two of the season uh they have not done that to any body since them uh the way to that they dominated stanford in and stamford finish stronger looked to against notre dame uh offensively like they haven't looked against any body all year so uh yeah it's that game is intriguing an interesting i'm just not sure that it will interest anybody you know east of uh he needs to be slow i'm i'm glad i've and that it's in a window by itself yeah you know with friday night there's not an against it so if you love college football why wouldn't you watch it absolutely now if it was buried on saturday night you're right like very few people would be that game given what's on the line in the acc in the big ten.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"Uh perhaps baker mayfield uses the pregame warmup as targetpractice against opposing teams to accurate they basically that's what gary patterson is getting to right now yes and i don't know if you saw the us but he just said that you know certain former quarterback seat texas tech and former coaches a texas tech enjoyed hitting opposing players with passes in the pregame and of course he's talking about former texas tight quarters by baker mayfield and former texas tech assistant lincoln rally now the head coach in oklahoma god i love this figure could we ask for anything more now gimme pettiness that's what college football is that's why ole miss mississippi stayed have they have like patrolmen on the sidelines when they play and this is you know i mean this is another thing of college football that continues to rear its head of of these guys listen there's no love lost between gary patterson and baker mayfield baker still upset that he never got a scholarship off her of from t see you back in the day and they've gone back and forth with it so yeah kinda cana intriguing i think it's i think it'll be a great match i still think oklahoma is a better squad and that one but with kenny hill uh looking a little bit healthier it is tough to beat a defensive minded team twice in you can tell patterson definitely is trying to uh to a sturdy amp piled it'll be going into that the the big toe championship which oddly enough first time in six years guys could be the do a could could really hose the big twelve when it comes to actually getting a team in the college football player.
"mark s." Discussed on Championship Drive
"In a new stadium in atlanta because the two closers schools to atlanta in the sec are georgia and auburn and they also have the oldest rivalry uh in the league at one of the oldest in the nation is so i'm fascinated ongoing saturday on fascinated to see what the crowd is whether it's 5050 id and how loud they are in the new place i i think that's going to be one of the really cool things about that game saturday now the other games under the current scenario under the current rankings the orange bowl would would have number five alabama going to miami to play miami miami home stadium the cotton bowl would feature rigorous by the way real quick their odds makers if it came out yesterday west gate had it alabama would be a thirteen point favorite over the hurricanes right now wow you know and i bet that's projecting not only the way that the public feels about alabama because that's what vegas does but also that in a month alabama will be healthier than it's been since mid october uh the other projected bowls at this point the cotton bowl tcu and penn state the fiesta bowl usc ohio state and the peach bowl would be georgia again's you see us so that's a pretty good at line ah i think so too yeah yeah those are all very good games let's but let's shift our focus beyond the rankings there was a little odd dust up in a big twelve yesterday jerry patterson throwing out charges.